Ziwi Peak Beef Recipe canned food for cats is a brand from New Zealand and boasts a high quality line of foods. The meat in their foods is from local, range-free farms in New Zealand and each recipe is made in small batches.
Ingredients:Ziwi Peak is a protein-rich food and is jam-packed with meat. Even though it's not labelled as a limited ingredient food, I'd definitely consider it one. Plus, you can actually pronounce all the ingredients and understand what they are. I'd normally list the first three to five ingredients, but I want to list all the ingredients this time to illustrate how protein-rich this food is. The beef recipe contains beef, beef broth, beef lung, beef liver, beef kidney, beef tripe, chickpeas, New Zealand green mussel, beef bone, dried kelp, minerals, and vitamins. That's it. Simple, yet really good quality.
Honestly, I was concerned initially that this might be a little too much meat for KitCat and worried he'd have digestive issues of some sort. However, I was delightfully surprised. KitCat ate it and there were no changes in the litter box (if you get my meaning).
Usability:This recipe is a pate; not too soft, and not too hard. It was easy to mash up and for our fantastic feline to eat.
On a related note, when we took off the lid, we were concerned at first because we saw little white flecks. We worried it was mold or something. Once we took the food out of the can and mashed it up, we realized those teeny tiny white spots were throughout the food. My best guess is it was specks of mussels. Regardless, it was nothing to worry about.
Origin:Made in New Zealand.
Cost:This food comes in two sizes: 3 ounces and a stocky 6.5 ounce (which is about half the size of a can of soda). The larger size contains a full ounce more than the standard, flat cans of adult cat food. A 12-pack case of the 6.5 ounce size currently costs a little less than $40 on chewy.com (less if you sign up for autoship).
Rating:If you want to feed your cat a meat-rich food, you should check out Ziwi Peak. We liked that the ingredients were simple and easy to understand; no science degree needed to decipher those all too common 14-letter words that riddle most pet food labels. We give the beef recipe four paws up!
Disclaimer: As a Chewy influencer, we received this product for free so we could sample it. Our reviews, however, are not bought or paid for and you can count on My Dog Says Woof to give you an honest assessment in all our product reviews.
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